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1962 actual

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

1962 actual

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total

ber salary ber salary ber salary Deduct lapses....

270.2
501.1

381.3

$1,683, 195 $3,620, 871 $2,872, 393 Net permanent (average number,

net salary):
United States and possessions...- 11,067.8 (11, 589.4 11,771.7

76, 615, 955 82, 022, 322 83.828, 462 Foreign countries: U.S. rates.

2.0 17,900 1.5 14, 512 Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment.

48, 997, 663 47, 358, 243 42,823, 848 Part-time employment.

23, 726
19, 190

17, 762 Intermittent employment..

606, 840 611, 744 551, 016 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

618, 945 Overtime and holiday pay.

3, 375, 098 3,070, 589 2,912, 817 Nightwork differential.

398, 634

397, 200 414, 700 Deduct excess of annual leave taken over leave earned...

196, 811 Total personnel compensation... 129, 839, 005 133, 493, 800 131, 167, 550

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total Grades and ranges--Continued

ber salary ber Grades established by the board of di

salary ber salary rectors of the Tennessee Valley Authority-Continued Stenographic and clerical positions: Gr. 6. $6,125 to $7,620.

8 $57, 170 9 $64,095 Gr. 5. $5,520 to $6,925.

9 $64, 945

70 453, 960 77 511, 770 Gr. 4. $4,950 to $6,255.

75 504, 730 344 372

372

1,965, 195 Gr. 3. $4,380 to $5,440..

2, 193, 850 2, 222, 760 861 921

913 Gr. 2. $3,800 to $4,700...

4, 231, 875

4,654, 535 4,672, 050 386 416

425

1,559, 740 Gr. 1. $3,440 to $4,100...

1,718, 205 1,785, 040 8 27, 185 8

27, 805

8 Professional, engineering, and scien

28, 470 tific positions: Gr. 14. $19,300 and $19,800: Chief engineer--

1 Gr. 12. $17,000 and $17,500:

19,000

1 19, 300 1 19, 300 Chief construction engineer.

1 16,500

17,000 1 Chief design engineer..

17,000 1 16,500

17,000 1 Chief water control planning engi

17,000 neer.

1 16,500 1 17,000 1 Director of agricultural develop

17,000 ment.

1 16,500 1 17,000 1 Director of chemical development.

17,000

1 16, 500 1 17,000 1 Director of forestry development..

17,000

1 16,500 1 17,000 1 Director of health

17,000 1 17,000 1

17, 500 1 17,500 Director of power marketing

1 17,000 1 17,500 1 Director of power planning and

17,500 engineering

1 16,500 1 17,000 Director of power production.

1 17,000 1 16,500 1 17,000

i 17,000 Director of power system operations....

1 16,500 1 17,000 1 Power operations adviser

17,000

1 17,000 1 Gr. 11. $16,000 and $16,400:

17, 500

i 17,500 Assistant director of division.

5 77, 900 5 80,400 6 Assistant to chief engineer..

96, 400

1 15, 500 1 16,000 1 Chief of branch...

16,000

5 77,500 5 80,000 5 Economist.

80,000

1 16,000 1 Gr. 10. $14,050 to $15,550:

16,000 Assistant to director of division... 3 42, 650 4 59, 600 3 Chemical engineer...

45, 150

1 14, 700 1 15, 250 1 Chief of branch..

15, 250

28 401, 550 29 430, 950 Chief of staff.

28 418, 600 1 13, 650

1 14.050 1 14,050 Civil engineer...

9 127,050 8 117,600 8 118,400 Construction engineer..

57,750 7 101,950 6 District manager.

85, 900 5 68, 250

5 71, 850 5 72, 250 Electrical engineer.

2 28, 700 2 29, 700 2 30, 100 Geologist.

1 14,700 1 15, 250 1 Materials engineer...

15, 250 1 14,350

15, 250 1 Mechanical engineer..

15, 250

3 41,300 3 42, 550 3 43, 750 Staff epidemiologist..

1 13, 650

1

14,450 1 Gr. 9. $12,525 to $14,025.

14,450 98 101

99

1,253, 950 Gr. 8. $11,200 to $13,100...

1,345, 625 1,332, 975 263 285

292

3,046, 800 Gr. 7. $9,175 to $11,850.-.

3,483,000 3,596, 600 540 590

603

5, 670, 495 Gr. 6. $7,800 to $10,150.

6,378, 795 6, 586, 695 622 690

692

5, 344, 870 Gr. 5. $6,875 to $8,400..

6, 136, 690 6, 266, 945 383 381

394

2, 757,600 2, 857, 610 2,994, 335 Gr. 4. $6,480 to $7,180...

136
173

200
882, 680

1, 162,040 1,355, 335 Subprofessional and technical posi

tions:
Gr. 7. $8,250 to $10,300.

3 26, 535 3 27, 315 3 28, 080 Gr. 6. $7,200 to $9,100.

76 601, 985 77 640, 210 76 645, 375 Gr. 5. $6,375 to $8,100..

170 1, 182, 020 182 1, 316, 695 189 1,383, 780 Gr. 4. $5,335 to $6,800.

339 2,027, 925 350 2,192, 210 355 2,263, 010 Gr. 3. $4,625 to $5,770.

311 1, 593, 910 312 1, 673, 805 318 1,733, 410 Gr. 2. $4,175 to $5,025..

137 600, 035 146 667, 245 139 647, 835 Gr. 1. $3,625 to $4,175..

14 49, 935 19 69, 910 15 Construction, operation, and mainte

56,265 nance positions: Grade 11. $16,000 and $16,400: Director of power construction....

15, 900 1 16, 400 1 Project manager.

16, 400

5 79,500 7 114, 800 Grade 10. $14,050 to $15,550:

7 114, 800 Area construction manager.

3 40, 950 3 42, 150 3 43, 350 Chief of branch

14 198, 750 14 206, 600 14 207,000 General construction superintendent.

6 85, 050 8 117, 200 7 102, 750 Powerplant superintendent.

8 111, 300 8 116,000 8 116, 800 Project manager.

1 14, 700 2 29, 300 2 29, 300 Gr. 9. $12,525 to $14,025

43 542, 325 45 591,725 46 607, 450 Gr. 8. $11,200 to $13,100.

173
194

183

1,987,850 2,358, 800 Gr. 7. $9,175 to $11,850...

2, 232, 400 121 124

103

1, 242, 535 1, 325, 570 Gr. 6. $7,800 to $10,150..

1, 126, 060

52 492, 950 56 640, 940 58 560, 795 Gr. 5. $6,875 to $8,400.

5 39,000 7 54,890 5 Custodial and general service posi

41,050 tions: Gr. 6. $7,415 to $9,075.

9 76, 205 980, 020 9 80, 965 Gr. 5. $6,335 to $7,835.

20 141, 015 20 148, 120 16 120, 420 Gr. 4. $5,395 to $6,750.

43 266, 740 44 282, 285 48 312, 970 Gr. 3. $4,530 to $5,550..

336
354

356

1, 750, 980 1, 901, 595 1, 923, 190 Gr. 2. $4,080 to $4,900...

69 307, 050 71 329, 265 74 345, 250 Gr. 1. $3,650 to $4,350..

229 910, 460 237 986, 450 237 995, 650 Ungraded positions (trades and labor) at annual rates less than $12,845.. 4,583

4,874

4,889

28, 254, 260 30,039, 295 30, 173,060 Total permanent.....

11,340 12,092

12, 153 78, 317, 050 85, 657, 705 86,700, 856

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

$22, 506 1 $22, 506 1 $22, 506 1 21, 507 1 21, 507 1 21, 507 4 80, 040 4 80, 040 4 80, 040 1 20,010 1 20, 010

20,010 1 20,010 1 20,010 1 20,010 1

18,512 1 18,512 1 20,010 1 20,010 1 20,010

20, 010 3 55, 536 3 60,030 3 60,030 2 33,072

2 36, 026 2 36, 026 1 16,536 1 18,013 1 18,013

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Grades and ranges:
Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $20,000:
Director
Deputy director.
Assistant director.
General counsel...

Public affairs adviser.
GS-18. $20,000:

Attorney-adviser..
Deputy assistant director.
Deputy general counsel

Disarmament adviser.
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

Disarmament adviser..
Negotiator

Special assistant.
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Chief of division...
Chief of secretariat.
Economist
Executive director..
Special assistant.
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:
Assistant to disarmament adviser..
Attorney-adviser.
Budget officer.
Chief of division..
Disarmament adviser.
Economist
Foreign affairs officer
Information officer.
Mathematician...
Military affairs analyst.
Military systems analyst.
Physical science officer.
Project officer..
Security specialist.
Special assistant.

Staff assistant.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Attorney-adviser.
Contract specialist.
Disarmament adviser..
Economist.
Foreign affairs analyst.
Foreign affairs officer.
Military affairs analyst.
Personnel officer
Physical science officer
Project officer...
Public affairs officer.
Security officer..
Staff assistant.
Weapons officer
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11, $8,045 to $10,165
G8-10. $7,290 to $9,495.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.
GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.

1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 3 1 2 12 1 1 4

17,930 14, 581 14, 581 14, 581 29, 162 14,581 59, 281 15, 059 14, 581 45, 178 14, 581 29, 640 176, 885 16, 016 14, 581 58, 324

1 1 1 1 3 1 4 1 2 5 1 3 19 1 1 4

17, 390 15,059 15, 059 14,581 43, 743 14, 581 60, 237 15, 538 29, 162 75, 774 14, 581 45, 178 281, 342 16, 494 15, 059 58, 324

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

5 $72, 613 5 $79, 123 5 $79, 601 13 185, 081 13 201, 032 13 202,467 31 442, 566 31 475, 447 31 476, 881 1 13, 749 1 14, 581 1 14,581 1 15, 558 15, 309 1 16,973

16,973 1 13, 749 1 14, 581 1 14, 581 1 13, 749 1 13, 749 1 14, 581 1 14, 581 4 56, 598

61, 672

61, 672 1 13, 749

14, 581 1 14, 581 2 28, 787 4 60, 716

60, 716 1 13, 749 1 14, 581 1 14, 681 1 14, 061 1 15, 059 1 15,099 2 28, 455 3 45, 178 3 45, 656 1 13, 749 1 14, 581 1 14,581

1 14, 581 1 14, 581 7 96, 243

57, 867 5 77, 688 5 78,168 1 13,749 1 14, 581 1

15,059 1 14,706 1 16,494 1 16, 494

1 14, 581 1 14, 581 1 15, 038 1 16, 494 2 31.075 1 13,749 1 14, 581 1 14.581 3 43, 493 3 47,091 3 47,570

14, 581 1 14, 581 1 14, 061 16 221, 586 15 220, 150 16 236, 166 1 15, 309 6

83, 451 7 105, 415 10 149. 158 3 42,848 3 46,134 2 32,032 1 13, 749 1 14,581 1 15, 038 1 16,494 1 16.973 8 114, 172 9 137, 925 9 138, 400 1 14, 706

Grades established by the Director, U.S.

Arms Control and Disarmament Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total Agency:

ber salary ber salary ber salary Rate of $20,000: Deputy assistant director..

2 $38,000 2 $40,020 2 $40,020 Disarmament adviser...

1 19,000 Physical science officer...

2 40, 020 2 40, 020 Project manager.

1 20,010 1 20,010 $16,000 to $20,000: Electronic engineer..

1 17, 514 1 17,514 Mathematician.

1 17,014 1 17,014 Military systems analyst.

67,053 4 67,053 Physical science officer.

5 82, 606 3

55, 536

3 55, 536 Total positions.

126 1, 298, 611 220 2,323, 266 277 2, 898, 475 Less: Reimbursable positions: Department of State..

36 394, 957 41 423, 766 41 423, 766 Department of Defense

1 20,010 13 188, 074 13 188, 074 Total permanent..

89 Deduct

883, 644 166 1, 711, 426 223 2, 286, 635 Lapses...

37.9
55.4

22.5
376, 495

562,897 Net decrease due to lower pay scales

237,369 for part of year

-24, 429 Add net increase due to higher pay scales part of year..-

76,180
Net permanent (average number,
net salary).

51.1
110.6

200.5

507,149 Positions other than permanent:

1, 124, 100 2, 125, 446 Temporary employment...

4,057
5,000

14,500 Intermittent employment.

47,963

47,000 97,000 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

18, 354 Overtime and holiday pay.

15, 780 18,000 Payments to other agencies for reim

21,000 bursable details....

274, 763 611,000 637,500 Total personnel compensation...

849, 712 1, 805, 100 2,913, 800

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Grades and ranges-Continued
GS-15. $14.565 to $17,925-Continued
Attorney.
Chief of branch.
Chief of division...
Chief of office..
Chief of staff
Coordinator for emergency planning..
Cultural affairs adviser.
Deputy assistant director for area.
Deputy budget officer..
Doputy chief of division..
Deputy director, media service.
Deputy director of office..
Deputy production manager..
Engineer
Executive officer.
Executive secretary-
Information specialist.
Inspector...
Intelligence research officer.
Liaison officer.
Librarian..
Management analyst.
Newswriter.
Office director
Personnel officer.
Planning officer..
Policy guidance officer..
Policy officer.
Production manager.
Program coordinator.
Program executive..
Project manager-,
Social science analyst.
Special assistant.
Training officer.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:
Administrative officer.
Assistant chief of branch.
Assistant chief of division..
Assistant program manager.
Book officer
Budget officer..
Business manager.
Chief of branch..
Chief of division..
Chief of foreign press center.
Chief of office.
Chief of section..
Chief of service..
Chief of staff.
Contract specialist..
Copyright clearance specialist.
Deputy chief of branch...
Deputy chief of division.
Deputy chief of staff.
Deputy coordinator.
Editor
Engineer...
Evaluation officer..
Executive officer..
Executive secretary.
Field service officer.
Historian...
Information officer.
Information specialist
Intelligence research officer.
Management analyst.
News guidance officer.
Newgwriter.
Personnel officer.
Policy information officer.
Policy officer
Producer..
Program executive..
Program and policy officer.
Program planning officer.
Project manager.---
Press officer.
Regional affairs officer.
Social science analyst.
Special assistant.
Special projects officer.
Statistician..

Visual information specialist.
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995...
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165...
08-10. $7,290 to $9,495..
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.-
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,955.
GS-2, $3,560 to $1,610.
GS-1. $3,245 to $4,295.

1 13, 520 20 258, 560 5 66,830 6 78, 790 1 12, 230

UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

5 64, 250 8 100, 420 1 13,000 1 13. 520 6 74, 670 3 36, 690 1 13, 520 3 37, 980 1 13, 520 4 49, 960

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3 37. 730 8 103, 520 7 87.420 6 77,000 5

62, 440 1 12,480 10 123, 340 4 49, 440 4 50, 980 1 13. 270 7 88, 210 27 332, 020

51, 250

1 13, 270 1 13. 270
2 27, 414 2 27, 414
1 14, 123 1

14, 123

1 12,854 2 25, 708 2 25, 708 9 119, 077 9 119.930 1 12,854 1 12.854 45 609, 012 47 637,674 1 12,854 1 13,270

13, 270 1 13,270
1 14.976

14. 976
20 283, 397 20 284, 606
5 74, 485 5
6 86, 902 6 87, 734

12,854 1 13. 270
1 13, 707 1 13. 207
9 122, 052 9 122. 488
8 108, 345 8 108. 345
1 14,123 1 14,123
1 14,976 1 14.975
7 92, 537 7
3 38, 562 3 38 562
1 14,976 1 14.976
2 26, 977 2 26. 977
1 14, 976 1 14.976
5 65, 436 6
1 12,854 1 12.834
3 40, 684 3 40, 684
7
99, 319

7 100. 172
8 106. 680 8 107, 076
6 82, 637 6 83,053
5 66, 392 5 66 SOS
1 13, 270 1

13. 205 10 130, 246 10 130. 69 3 39, 831 3 39.831 2 27. 830

28. 246
1 14, 560 1 13. 770
4 55, 244

55. 244
32 415, 156 34 441, 898
3 41.537 3
1 12,854 6
1 13. 270 1 13 270
1 12.854 1

12,854
2 26, 561 3 39. 415
13 182, 372 13 182.38
2 27, 830 6

1 12. 834 2 27, 469

27. 489
316

334
3, 768, 851 3,981, 427

379
3, 505. 969 3.842,236
347

300
2,982, 580 3. 100. 388
67 533, 403 78 618, 189
260

278
1, 864, 186 1.294,340
28 188, 880 27 182, 558
228

243
1, 391. 580 1. 485. 344
91523, 400 93 536, 548
331

349
1, 68.763 1,783.993
198 885. 480 214 956 432
123 505, 048 125 516320
13 81. 402 14 53 320
2 6. 740 2

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Grades and ranges:
Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $20,000:
Director.

Deputy director
G8-18. $20,000:

Assistant director, administration.
Assistant director for area.
Deputy director (policy and plans).
Director, media service..

General counsel.
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:
Deputy assistant director for adminis-

tration. -
Deputy assistant director for area..
Deputy director media service.
Director, media service..
Engineering manager.
Executive assistant..
Office director.
Program manager
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Budget officer
Chief engineer
Chief of division..
Chief of operations..
Deputy director, media service.
Deputy director of office.
Deputy general counsel.
Director of personnel..
Intelligence

research officer.
Office director.
Policy guidance officer.
Policy planning officer.
Production manager..
Program manager.-

Staff director
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Assistant program manager.
Assistant deputy director..

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1 12, 230 1 12, 230 2 24, 710 14 179. 980 1 13, 520

16, 536 2 34, 112

1

15, 267 16, 307

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16, 515 17, 514 67, 558 16, 016 16.016 16, 515 16,016 49, 545 16, 016 18, 013 17.014 32. 531 18, 013

1 1 1 1 3 1

16, 515 17,514 67, 558 16,016 16.016 16, 515 16,016 50, 543 16,016 18, 013 17,014 32, 531 18,013

3 38,014 310

3, 463, 159 348

3, 306, 970 342

2, 747, 052 64 475, 990 243

1, 655, 057 23 147, 366 209

1, 223, 937 90 495, 484 309

1,524, 947 207 890.552 125 496, 319 16 59, 672 1 3, 203

1

15, 787

1 2

46, 571 1 16,037 2 28, 787 ? 27, 498

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

1 $14, 581 1 $14,681

Grades established by the Foreign Sery

ice Act of 1946, as amended (22 U.S.C. | Num- Total Num. Total Num- Total 801-1158):

ber

salary ber salary ber salary Foreign Service reserve officer: Class 1, $18.975 to $19,650..

22 $403,332 24 $470, 412 24 $471, 744 Class 2. $15,900 to $18,900.

58
58

61

892, 925 975, 805 1,033, 025 Class 3. $13,440 to $16,110..

147
185

190

1,947,000 2,681, 295 2, 776, 836 Class 4. $11,150 to $13,340....

315
347

375

3, 497,313 4,080, 644 4, 443, 903 Class 5. $0,315 to $11,145.

259
292

315

2, 413, 584 2,902, 760 3, 182, 794 Class 6. $7,705 to $9,235.

74 570,021 89 730,909 93 760,852 Class 7. $6,475 to $7,765.

41 266, 951 39 268, 031 52 354, 729 Class 8. $5,540 to $6,650.

60 360, 779 71 448,314 86 541, 788 Foreign Service staff officer: Class 1. $13,440 to $17,000.

14 195, 302 33 476, 467 36 521, 230 Class 2. $11,150 to $14,070..

28
86

112

359, 454 1,021, 474 1,322, 302 Class 3. $9,315 to $11,755...

54
89

102
622, 202

899, 704 1,030, 348 Class 4. $7,705 to $9,745.

36 385, 336 23 199, 825 23 202, 633 Class 5. $6,910 to $8,980.

70 683, 154 8 65, 751 9 73, 134 Class 6. $6,225 to $8,115.

44 396, 2:6 11 76, 835 10 70, 096 Class 7. $5,610 to $7,320.

26 213, 840 40 250, 180 41 259,724 Class 8. $5,060 to $6,590.

62 348, 328 50 270, 117 50 273, 501 Class 9. $4,575 to $5,930.

40 193,758 27 130, 076 30 145, 908 Class 10. $4,100 to $5,445.

46 249, 181 13 57, 991 12 53, 210 Local employees...-

5,887
5, 905

16, 090

12,766, 789 Ungraded positions at annual rates: Less

13,724, 381 15, 020, 056 than $12,485.

221
332

394

1, 674, 030 2, 662, 459 3, 205, 698 Total permanent...

10, 184

11, 035

50, 268, 514 56, 332, 414 61, 124, 338 DeductLapses....

839.4
639.9

513.5

3,667, 672 3, 102, 349 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

2,638,012 part of year...

657, 240 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.. Net permanent (average number,

936, 592 net salary): United States and possessions...

2, 721.9

2,895. O 3, 157.6

22, 188, 242 Foreign countries:

24, 703, 610

27,931, 495 United States rates.

1,290.9 1, 440.3 1,567.9

12, 962, 853 15, 261, 724 Local rates.

17,301, 180 5, 331.8

15, 510.8 5, 796.0 Positions other than permanent:

11, 449, 747 12, 607, 491 14, 190, 243 Temporary employment: United States and possessions.

32, 975

41,165 247, 356 Foreign countries: local rates.

94, 161 Intermittent employment:

89, 089

92, 006 United States rates...

167, 655
185, 300

189, 136 Local rates

133, 998 124, 032

123, 772 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

482, 669 Overtime and holiday pay..

1,088, 850

1, 261, 743 1, 187, 322 Nightwork differential.

111, 448
134, 868

167, 110 Additional pay for service abroad.

1,374, 497 1,884, 898 2, 251, 884 Departmental differential.

15, 454
23, 931

19, 638 Payment to other agencies for reimbursable details..

50, 315
29, 278

30,376 Total personnel compensation.... 49, 670, 195 56, 347, 129 64, 214, 187

10, 486

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Grades and ranges:
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Chief
G8-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Deputy chief..
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700..
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830..
Grades established by the Foreign Serv.

ice Act of 1946, as amended (22

U.S.C. 801-1158):
Foreign service staff officer:

Class 1. $13,440 to $17,000.
Local employees.

Total permanent..
Deduct-

Lapses.
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year...
Add net increase due to higher pay scales
for part of year.
Net permanent (average number,

net salary):
United States and possessions....
Foreign countries:

United States rates....

Local rates.
Positions other than permanent:

Temporary employment.
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay.
Additioal pay for service abroad.

Total personnel compensation,

United States Information
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lows: Direct obligations.. Reimbursable obligations....

108, 987

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SALARIES AND EXPENSES (SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY PROGRAM)

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Grades and ranges:
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Director
G8-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Budget and fiscal officer.
Coordinator...
Director, coordination staff.
Division director.
Exhibit manager
Exhibit operations officer.
Regional coordinator-
Special assistant.

Trade fair operations officer.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Assistant deputy director..
Assistant division director.
Budget and fiscal officer
Coordinator..
Exhibit manager
Information specialist
Managing editor.
Special assistant.

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14, 705 29, 735

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Local employees...--
Deduct lapses...

Net permanent (average number,

net salary): Foreign countries: Local rates..

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12, 210 50, 660 12, 990 12, 210 12, 210

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ALLOCATION ACCOUNTS

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total Grades and ranges-Continued

ber salary ber salary ber salary GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245—Continued Trade fair operations officer.

$12, 230

1 $12,854 1 $12, 854 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.

29 312, 554 36 415, 886 35 406, 300 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

14 127, 710 11 105, 535 11 107, 395 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

5 40, 140 5 44, 465 6 52, 515 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

26, 565 5 34, 950 5 35, 400 G8-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

1 6,094 1 6, 302 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

7 40, 620 8 45, 554 9 51, 905 G8-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

14 75, 541 9

51, 270 8 45, 550 68-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

23 115, 445 23 115, 773 23 116,921 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

11 47, 291 7 30,598 7 30, 598 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

3 11, 280 Ungraded positions at annual rate: less than $12,845...

11 35, 754 11 37, 104 11 39, 377 Total permanent.

148 1, 199, 810 143 1,287,987 144 1,314,578 DeductLapses.

27.2 231, 271 6.5 59, 458 6.8 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

67,210 part of year.

23, 341 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.

32, 576 Net permanent (average number,

net salary):
United States and possessions....107.8

123.5

124.2

913, 240 1, 147, 034 1, 219, 037 Foreign countries: United States rates.

2.0 19, 545 2.0 21. 050 2.0 21, 530 Local rates.

11.0 35, 754 11.0 37, 104 11.0 39, 377 Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment.

107, 214
15, 000

10,000 Intermittent employment.

1, 300

5,000 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base..

9, 800 Overtime and holiday pay.

17, 860
20,000

10,000 Additional pay for service abroad.

7, 314

10,000 10,000 Payment to other agencies for reimbursable details.

4, 050
Total personnel compensation, allo-
cation accounts.

1, 106, 277 1, 255, 188 1, 319, 744 Total personnel compensation... 1, 215, 264 1,483, 141 1, 565, 633

81, 716 15, 059 34, 424 15, 538 13, 270 13, 707 58,219 14, 560 13, 707 13, 707

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Grades and ranges:
Special positions established by act ap-

proved Aug. 28, 1958 (72 Stat. 1090): Chairman

Commissioners.
Grades established by U.S. Study Com-

mission-Southeast River Basins,

equivalent to GS grades:
GS-18. $20,000:

Executive director...
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

Assistant executive director.
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Civil engineer..-
Economist.
General engineer.
Hydrologist.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Agricultural engineer.
Agriculturist.
Civil engineer -
Conservationist.
Electrical engineer.
Forester..

Hydrologist
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700..
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.
GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

Total permanent...
Deduct-

Lapses.
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for
part of year.
Net permanent (average number,

net salary).
Other personnel compensation:

Overtime pay--
Payments to other agencies for reim-
bursable details...

Total personnel compensation....

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12, 230 12, 480 65, 560 13,000 12, 480 12, 480 13, 520 57, 615 10, 525 32, 613 7, 114 5,886 6, 365 10,337 18, 886 20, 488 27, 104 7, 238

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2 4 5 7 2

10, 608 37, 710

8, 236 35, 525

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Obligations are distributed as follows:

Department of Labor...
Department of Commerce..
United States Information Agency.

50.8 491, 521

4,601 15, 811 511, 933

48 515, 678

4,000 10,000 529, 678

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TRUST FUNDS PERSONNEL COMPENSATION
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION,

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
AND WELFARE

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

COMMISSARY FUNDS
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE TRUST FUNDS

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Grades and ranges:

GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165..
G8-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

Total permanent.
Deduct-

Lapses.
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year..
Add net increase due to higher pay scales
for part of year.

Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent:

Temporary employment...

Intermittent employment. Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base..

Total personnel compensation..

5,394

395

55

303, 998

56

310,000

1.5

9,020 2.6
3,752
19, 848

16, 100 2.5
8,000

15, 877
2,000

6,618 57 317,000

1,000 6, 400

600 325,000

5, 994

453

6, 400

600

123

310, 445

317,000

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total Grades and ranges:

ber salary ber salary ber salary GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245: Administrative officer.

1 $12, 854 1 $12, 854 Superintendent...

1 $12, 230 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.

1 11, 419 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995..

1 8, 965 2 19, 282 2 19, 282 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165_.

3 23, 733 2 16, 370 1 8, 590 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

26, 786

22, 089 3 22, 089 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205..

4 24, 128

13, 125 2 13, 125 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

11, 316

11, 960 2 11, 960 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

38, 768

32, 889 4 21, 932 GS 4. $4,110 to $5,370.

13 56, 259

23, 405 3 14,043 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

24 94, 207

73, 674

57, 288 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505..

40, 638

33, 555 1 3, 640 GS-1, $3,245 to $4,190.

6, 510

7,540 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv

alent to $12,845 or above: Master (captain).

1 13, 924 1 14,892 1 Chief engineer

14,892

1 13, 539 1 14, 592 1 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv

14, 592 alent to less than $12,845.

84 474, 007 81 469, 747 81 470, 122 Total permanent.

160 856, 429 135 Deduct

765, 974 116 684, 409 Lapses....

48.9 253, 368 30.8 162, 249 24.3 134, 165 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year.

10, 950
Add-
Portion of salaries carried in other

schedules paid from this account.-.--- 32.3 167, 419 50.4 325, 395 50.4 332, 175
Net increase due to higher pay scales for
part of year.

8,600
Net permanent (average number,
net salary).

143. 4 770, 480 154.6 918, 170 142. 1 891, 019
Positions other than permanent:
Temporary employment..

95, 104
65, 240

61, 740 Part-time employment..

2, 204 Intermittent employment.

20, 111
9, 273

6,662
Other personnel compensation:
Regular pay above 52-week base.

7,287 Overtime and holiday pay.

158, 577

143, 869 144, 677 Nightwork differential.

1,681

700

700 Additional pay for service abroad.

8,469
5,115

5,200 Total personnel compensation.. 1,056, 626 1, 142, 367 1, 117, 285

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